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[S2E22] Streets Of Fire

At an outdoors lab, they begin the experiment, but S.H.I.E.L.D arrive to bring Banner in, attacking the area. They see the Starks are there, but General Ross interferes, taking command and ordering a full attack. Desperate and angered by the shots, Banner transforms, knocking Howard out. He attacks the Helicarrier. Tony suits up, and tries to calm him down - but gets smashed. Hill enters the battle. Iron Man calls for the Helicarrier to cease fire, but Ross simply sees him as interfering with U.S. military command. Seems he is taking the Hulk thing personally. As attacking him only makes him stronger, they finally manage to pacify him with sleep gas. Banner captured, Ross is proud of what his aggressive tactics accomplished, but Fury reminds him that he damaged S.H.I.E.L.D. neutralizers and endangered both civilians and the entire crew. Iron Man and Howard step in, Hill almost reveals his identity. S.H.I.E.L.D. is under U.S. military command for the capture of Dr Banner, which is why they have Ross to deal with. Ross has no desire to cure Banner, he wants to get more Hulks under his command. He elects to throw the meddlesome Starks in the stockade.

[S2E22] Streets of Fire

Pepper has been monitoring the Helicarrier from the armory, and has seen it contains other sources of gamma radiation than Banner. She's tapped into a security camera that shows what Ross has up his sleeve - killing Banner. He informs Howard, and begins to hack the S.H.I.E.L.D mainframe to free Banner. Just thinking about Ross makes Banner Hulk out again. Tony summons his Hulkbuster armor, and War Machine follows. Hulk busts his way out, crippling the Helicarrier. Tony equips the Hulkbuster, and he and War Machine gets the Helicarrier upright for long enough to restart an engine and prevent it crashing into the city. Ross, still going for aggressive tactics, deploys tanks to the streets... giving Hulk more things to throw at the heroes'. War Machine is out, and Hulk rips the arms off Tony's Hulkbuster suit. Ross deploys Mandroids, whose combined beam weapons knock the Hulk out. Ross must deploy the fallout siphon himself, as the Helicarrier staff remain loyal to Fury. Iron Man attempts to stop the siphon, but it overloads and Ross makes a run for it. Hulk finally realizes Iron Man is helping him, and tosses him out of the ensuing gamma explosion.

When homeless people begin mysteriously disappearing from the streets of Kansas City, a local detective calls the BAU to investigate the disappearances. It is suspected that a local meat plant is responsible and that the facility's owner is abducting the homeless for experimentation.

The episode honors Korean bladesmithing heritage. In round 1, four smiths are assigned to forge a Korean hwando sword. For the first time in the show's history, the blades are not oil quenched, but water quenched, complementing the episode's yin and yang fire and water theme. The display piece was crafted by Forged in Fire season 7 episode 14 ("A Very Forged Christmas") champion and Korean-American Boyd Ritter, who also narrates the animated historical description of the weapon. For round 2, three contestants must add handles to their weapons, with a habaki being furnished. Round 3 sends the two finalists to their home forges to craft a Korean woldo polearm.

The episode pays tribute to some of the most iconic terrifying horror scenes in cinematic history. In round 1, four bladesmiths are tasked in constructing weapons from metal items hanging on a "Wall of Torture" tools. In round 2, the remaining three smiths make handles from wooden tools found inside vampire hunting kits. A notable test for round three's fireman's axe was the "Horror Door Chop" strength test. The axes are used to chop through a door with "FORGED" written backwards in red along the central door frame rail. Both the axe chop and the backwards red lettering are references to the 1980 film The Shining.

An on-duty Dawson and Casey help other volunteers at a "Chicago P.D. and Chicago F.D. Race Against Cancer" event held outside Chicago Medical. Kim Burgess, with her nine-year-old niece, Zoe, in tow, joins them to help set up a tent, along with Dr. Holly Thelan and her nine-year-old sister Imogene. With everything in order, Dawson decides to register for the race and heads into the building... moments later a bomb detonates! The blast tears a hole into the hospital, sprays concrete into the streets and injures dozens, including Zoe and Imogene. Once the initial shock wears off, Casey scrambles to help the two girls while realizing Dawson's likely trapped inside the rubble. 041b061a72


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